The Garfield comics have been bringing joy to readers for more than 40 years.
And a new Garfield-themed restaurant has opened up in Toronto, so you can be sure to expect a lot of lasagna––Garfield's favorite!––on the menu, right?
Toronto to Open 'Garfield' Themed Restaurant https://t.co/SvGaSKyxLL— beta-geek (@beta-geek)1553067091.0
#Toronto is getting North America's first Garfield themed restaurant https://t.co/cMAuS7Wv6p https://t.co/eS29hoTqfI— blogTO (@blogTO)1553023845.0
Notice a problem?
Pre-install GarfieldEATS App Canada, the coolest Garfield restaurant app coming soon to Toronto, and get your 2nd G… https://t.co/xtRvYWWFMY— GarfieldEATS App (@GarfieldEATS App)1553090164.0
Where's the lasagna?!
"Drivers deliver orders for free in environmentally-friendly packaging while riding on green electric Garfield scoo… https://t.co/f9QcF5D9qP— Liam Parkin (@Liam Parkin)1553079861.0
Canada Just opened a restaurant that makes pizza into the shape of the Garfield cartoon cat. We must build a northe… https://t.co/ieF33ZTNWj— Carl Ruiz (@Carl Ruiz)1553098977.0
The cat best known for loving lasagna will be immortalized in the form of pizza 🍕 https://t.co/nlQB1ImSqF— Exclaim! (@Exclaim!)1553028644.0
@exclaimdotca so many chains claiming to make pizza thusly the lasagna tie-in feels like a totally missed opportuni… https://t.co/GxsQQG46ts— stereo off (@stereo off)1553055282.0
@samanthadjb I am pretty sure this explains this weird sign I saw last month at Bloor & Dovercourt https://t.co/QLnX2KIWfz— What’s the wifi password? (@What’s the wifi password?)1553080866.0
Purists feel rather strongly about this.
That’s not a lasagna. Shut it down https://t.co/EE1jUaBnbu— Adam Bell (@Adam Bell)1553046755.0
Seriously: if this restaurant doesn’t serve lasagna and isn’t closed on Mondays, it’s being run by fake Garfield fans. Shut it down— Adam Bell (@Adam Bell)1553047676.0
Imagine picking a promotional picture for a Garfield restaurant and not making it lasagna. “What does Garfield li… https://t.co/4qRaeOrh5n— Bower Power (@Bower Power)1553025326.0
The restaurant will be the first of its kind in North America.
As BlogTo points out, this isn't your typical theme restaurant:
Very soon, you'll be able to get pizzas, lasagna, coffee, and cookies delivered to your home, courtesy of a new business called GarfieldEats.
GarfieldEats, which looks like it's gearing up to open on Bloor just west of Dovercourt very soon, will mark the first restaurant dedicated to the 40-year-old cartoon cat in North America.
The app-based 'mobile restaurant' is already operating in Dubai, where drivers deliver orders for free in environmentally-friendly packaging while riding on green electric Garfield scooters.
Toronto Apple and Android users will soon have access to an app that lets them order lasagna, as well as pizza and cookies created in the likeness of this beloved feline's head.
So there is lasagna on the menu, but why isn't this the main attraction in the advertising? It doesn't sound all that Garfield-like, but we admit we're curious.